Problem: (a) A strontium hydroxide solution is prepared by dissolving 12.50 g of Sr(OH)2 in water to make 50.00 mL of solution. What is the molarity of this solution?Next the strontium hydroxide solution prepared in part (a) is used to titrate a nitric acid solution of unknown concentration. Write a balanced chemical equation to represent the reaction between strontium hydroxide and nitric acid solutions.

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Molarity = moles of soluteLiters of solution[Sr(OH)2] = moles Sr(OH)2Liters water[Sr(OH)2] =12.50 g ×1 mol121.63 g50.00 mL ×10-3 L1 mL


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(a) A strontium hydroxide solution is prepared by dissolving 12.50 g of Sr(OH)2 in water to make 50.00 mL of solution. What is the molarity of this solution?

Next the strontium hydroxide solution prepared in part (a) is used to titrate a nitric acid solution of unknown concentration. Write a balanced chemical equation to represent the reaction between strontium hydroxide and nitric acid solutions.

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